Sunday, November 2, 2008

I Love This Story: "Parvenu Palin Gets Punked & Pwned"

My taste for exposing the powerful to humiliating discomfiture got a brief, but glorious work-out this morning on the news that national embarrassment and pestilential parvenu Sarah (The Cooter) Palin got it stuck to her by a couple of Quebecistani wits recently. It's been all over the Left-blogs, but I first tumbled to it on "Jesus' General'" manly site:
French Canadian terrorists, pretending to be French President Nicolas Sarkozy, prank called Our Lady of the Witch-Hunt, yesterday. Although she did not know the name of the Canadian Prime Minister, I think she recovered well when she agreed to go hunting in a helicopter with "Sarkozy" so they could bond by "killing animals." She also did well by accepting praise from the prankster for a Fox documentary about her life. I haven't seen it, yet, but it's called Nalin' Palin.

Hear it here.

Here's what The Canadian Press said about it.
In an over-the-top accent, one half of a notorious Quebec comedy duo claims to be the president of France as he describes sex with his famous wife, the joy of killing animals and Hustler magazine's latest Sarah Palin porno spoof.

At the other end of the line? An oblivious Sarah Palin.

The Masked Avengers, a radio pairing notorious for prank calls to celebrities and heads of state, notched its latest victory Saturday when it released a recording of a six-minute call with Palin, who thought she was talking with Nicolas Sarkozy.
"We have such great respect for you, John McCain and I, we love you," Palin gushes, evidently unaware she's speaking to an infamous Quebec comedian named Marc-Antoine Audette.

Over the course of the interview, Palin doesn't seem to realize she's being tricked until Audette comes clean near the end of the call.

"Ohhhh . . . have we been pranked?" she says, in her inimitable style. Seconds later, Palin's aide can be heard taking the phone before the line goes dead.

Throughout the conversation, Audette drops plenty of clues that something's amiss.
He identifies French singer and actor Johnny Hallyday as his special adviser to the U.S., singer Stef Carse as Canada's prime minister and Quebec comedian and radio host Richard Z. Sirois as the provincial premier.

"We should go hunting together," Palin offers when Audette professes a love of hunting - or, more precisely, killing animals. "We can have a lot of fun together while we're getting work done. We could kill two birds with one stone."
Audette goes on to describe Bruni [President Sarkozy's wife] as "hot in bed" and claims she's written a song for Palin, the French title of which translates as "Lipstick on a Pig." In English, Audette says the song is about Joe the Plumber.

Finally, he mentions a notorious Hustler video titled "Nailin' Paylin," describing it as "the documentary they made on your life."
"Oh, good, thank you, yes," Palin replies.
"That was really edgy," Audette says.
"Well, good."

1 comment:

Stop Smoking said...

Very funny. - Good thing they didn't pretend this was a 3am call...